The Brighton and Hove Greyhound Stadium, as one of the most popular racetracks in the UK, is growing by the year; which is as of no surprise due to its broad sweeping circuit and year-long events. Gone are the days when a night at the dogs was simply for hen and stag groups, and with excellent family deals along with additional entertainment, people of all ages can enjoy the going’s on at the unique venue. Of course, for those old enough, the opportunity of greyhound betting certainly adds some excitement to proceedings, with the opportunity to win cash prizes by selecting your favourite compelling and engaging pastime.
Throughout the year, races are held every Thursday and Saturday, with other events also taking place on Wednesday’s Friday’s and Sunday’s during the day. As a result, it can provide families with the perfect day out, with the festive period providing a full greyhound racing schedule, along with plenty of other enjoyable events. Bookmakers Coral are the sponsors of the stadium in East Sussex, and unsurprisingly provide a full greyhound betting market both trackside and online. Local favourite Banabane is always a dog to keep an eye on in the greyhound betting odds, with the Seamus Cahill trained star winning the recent Coral Brighton Belle at Hove just last week.
With plenty of family deals on offer, including meal and drinks offers, the refreshments at the stadium really do match the quality of the on-track action. The attractive Skyline Restaurant is certainly the best seat in the house on race nights, with panoramic views of the track below accompanied by a delicious food and drinks menu. If that is not enough to convince you, then your very own tote messenger, who will assist you in all your greyhound betting needs, including placing bets and collecting winnings, certainly will do. This location provides the perfect spot for families to enjoy a relaxing and stress free day or night of racing.
A day at the dogs is also a relatively inexpensive attraction to visit, with a number of meetings offering free entry. The opportunity of in fact leaving the stadium with more money than you came in with through a successful greyhound bet is also surely too good to turn down.